Say no to open-pit/mountaintop removal mining
If the LePage administration, Canadian billionaire JD Irving, developers for the mining industry and many legislators have their way, "open-pit/mountaintop removal mining" will become a reality in the state of Maine.
Shetterly to speak, display portrait in Castine
Nationally recognized Brooksville artist Robert Shetterly will lead the worship service on Sunday, December 1, at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Castine.
Handmade bags a hit for Midcoast artist
While working on a Brooksville farm raising crops and livestock, Meghan Farrell began to feel restless creatively and decided to make a leather wallet.
Wheelchair nature trail coming to Young's Point Road Road
What began as a "dream of creating a wheelchair and walker accessible nature trail," now has the backing of the National Park Service.
Union 93 board wants redesign, not expansion of central office
A request by the Union 93 central office to lease 1,811 square feet of adjoining space in its Hinckley Ridge Road location met with little enthusiasm from board members on November 12. Superintendent Mark Hurvitt said a request for office expansion "is a hard thing to bring to the board," but their current 2,000-plus square foot space lacks a ... (more)
Brooksville teacher-and army reservist-leaves for Kuwait
Brooksville Elementary School second grader Breton Lebel tries on military equipment of teacher and army reservist Joe Devine on Veterans Day.
The Harbor Times Soup
Bailey joins Journal as new copy editor
The newest member of The Republican Journal editorial staff is Jordan Bailey of Belfast, a copy editor who said it was her grandmother who inspired her to work in the newspaper business.
Bangor Daily News
Milo man pleads guilty to causing more than $43,000 in damage while stealing copper from Bangor Hydro
A Milo man pleaded guilty Wednesday in U.S. District Court to a charge in connection with copper thefts that caused more than $43,000 in damage to four Bangor Hydro Electric Co.